Panoramic Sugared Egg making is a tradition that has been continued in my family for years!  When I was a child, my favorite part of Easter was finding the beautiful panorama egg tucked in my basket. Personalized just for me, it always had a special scene that was absolutely magical inside. As we grew older, my mother shared the joy of creating them with us. Easter wasn't complete without my siblings gathering around a batch of freshly baked sugar egg shells and trying to devise the most fun and intricate scenes inside, and icing our names and decorations on the outside. We never wanted to eat the ones we worked hard on, and displayed them for many years on the shelf. I've had my hand in the craft for as long as I can remember!

The response to our craft has been overwhelming! So many people remember these treasures from their childhood, and they can be almost impossible to find. Searching the web brings few results, and the ones that are available are unlike the ones I grew up with. It is sad to me that such a unique tradition is being exchanged for mass-produced candies and plastic toys.

Each Sugar Egg is a work of art. I take the utmost care and consideration with each individual egg so that it is shaped and decorated to perfection.  My goal is to share the fascination and magic I felt as a child peeking into the little window in the egg with others-extra care is spent making sure the inner scene is just right, with figures seeming to interact with each other.

Our recipe for the sugar shell has been in our family for many years, it is hard and has the consistency (and taste) of a sugar cube. The decorations are created with royal icing, which hardens to a candy texture, coconut grass, and sometimes jelly beans or other candies. These eggs are not much different ingredient-wise than the ones made in Victorian times!

If you have any questions not answered on our site, please send them and I will answer as quickly as I can-please understand that we get flooded with many inquiries each spring and the creation process itself is quite time consuming, so sometimes there will be delays.  Thanks for visiting, and have a wonderful spring!

Hello and Welcome!  We are at maximum capacity for Easter 2024 custom orders.  Thank you for your interest, and we hope to see you in 2025! Have a great spring!